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Urban Decay Born To Run Eyeshadow Palette Review and Swatches

I’ll admit that I’ve never had much luck with Urban Decay Products. I haven’t tried a ton of things by them, but I have tried usually didn’t workout for me. At least aside from their lipsticks and eyeliners. Needless to say, when I started seeing pictures of this palette, I wasn’t too interested. However, once I started hearing some of blogger buddies rave about it, I had to try it for myself. I am very happy that I did. Keep reading to see my Urban Decay Born To Run Palette Review along with some swatches.

Urban Decay Born To Run Palette Review

Urban Decay Born To Run Palette: Packaging and Shades

You can see that the packaging is beautiful and it immediatley makes me want to go on vacation. It feels very sturdy and it comes with a nice mirror. Combine that with an amazing shade selection and you have a great palette to travel with. The Urban Decay Palette is versatile, allowing you to create an everyday look or a fun, dramatic look.

Urban Decay Born To Run Palette Review

  • Breakaway: shimmering ivory
  • Stranded: light gold with micro shimmer
  • Blaze: metallic pinky peach
  • Weekender: matte beige
  • Still Hot: matte bright peach
  • Riff: matte tan
  • Good As Gone: satin chocolate brown
Urban Decay Born To Run Palette Review
Breakaway, Stranded, Blaze, Weekender, Still Shot, Riff, and Good As Gone
  • Hell Ride: matte berry
  • Baja: matted burnt orange
  • Accelerate: metallic copper with a strong red undertone
  • Guilt Trip: shimmery purple
  • Ignite: metallic copper that is more orange than Accelerate
  • Smog: metallic bronze
  • Wanderlust: metallic forrest green
Urban Decay Born To Run Palette Review
Hell Ride, Baja, Accelerate, Guilt Trip, Ignite, Smog, and Wanderlust
  • Wildheart: shimmery fuchsia
  • Punk: matte warm, dark brown
  • Double Life: metallic rust
  • Jet: satin black
  • Drift: metallic taupe
  • Radio: metallic teal
  • Big Sky: frosted light green
Urban Decay Born To Run Palette Review
Wildheart, Punk, Double Life, Jet, Drift, Radio, and Big Sky

Urban Decay Born To Run Palette Review

Urban Decay Born To Run Eyeshadow Palette

In my experience, this is the best product Urban Decay has ever released. The shadows are just so good. Each one has an amazing, creamy texture and they have excellent color payoff. Even Hell Ride is good. Matte berry shades are usually patchy and don’t blend well. It isn’t quite as easy to work with as the other shades in the palette, but it is definitley the best matte berry shade I have ever used. So a huge thank you to Urban Decay for creating Hell Ride. Each shade applies and blends like a dream. You don’t have spend forever blending these to achieve an amazing eye look. They don’t require a ton of layering, either. And they last all day without creasing or fading. I haven’t experienced much fall out with this palette, either.

For $49, you get 21 shades in a variety of shades and finishes. Each shadow is 0.02 oz. You can find this palette anywhere Urban Decay is sold. I was able to get mine for 15% off at Macys, so I would wait for a sale. If you haven’t tried this palette yet, I recommend doing so. It is a great one, and keep an eye out for looks using it on my Instagram. I have a few looks in mind that I want to do soon.

Urban Decay Born To Run Palette Review

4 Comments

    • Kristen

      I read through some of the negative reviews after I posted this and I was shocked because I haven’t had any of the issues they mentioned. I have a few blogger friends that really love the palette, too. The color story is so amazing. It is such a versatile palette.

  • Lisa @ Midwest Glam

    I’ve seen this palette floating around everywhere and honestly never saw the appeal. But you really did it justice. Those swatches are amazing! I might have to add it to my wishlist. Not that I need another palette lol.

    • Kristen

      That is how I was at first. Lol. I decided I had to try it out for myself and see what the hype was. Luckily, it is a great palette.